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Wednesday, September 04, 2002

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Whole Hog: With a name like Pigtown, it should come as no surprise that this Southwest Baltimore neighborhood... | Charmed Life by Charles Cohen

Full Court Press: Aggressive Challengers Go After Embattled State's Attorney Patricia Jessamy | Campaign Beat by Van Smith

How's it Goin?: by Christopher Myers

What's In a Word?: Our fax machine spat out an eye-catching news release Aug. | The Nose

Hip-Hopping: Lights, camera, inaction--such has been the drama at the hoary Hippodrome Theatre, which for more... | The Nose

Something Brewing: If you've braved the construction to drink, shop, or eat in the southern end of Fells Point lately,... | The Nose

Foiling the FOIA: Every once in a great while, reporters need to be reminded that they haven't evolved too far from their ambulance-chasing, scoop-stealing forebears. S... | Media Circus by Michael Anft

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The Needle and the Damage Done: It's just a small, slender piece of polished steel, yet it manages to arouse class-A terror: the... | Germ Bag by Suz Redfearn

Vote: It's the time of the season, baby. Brutal signage proclaiming strange names and titles jammed into... | Mr. Wrong by Joe MacLeod

Near Mrs.: I am totally in shock. I met my boyfriend during my senior year of college, and after we graduated... | Think Mink by Mink Stole

Michael and Me: In his book Downsize This!, humorist Michael Moore suggests that what the United States really... | Urban Rhythms by Wiley Hall III



$&%*@# Elvis: Aug. 26-Sept. 1 | Funny Paper by Scocca & MacLeod



Koba the Dread: Laughter and the 20 Million by Martin Amis | Review by Michael Anft

Angel Rock by Darren Williams | Review by Mahinder Kingra

The Metal Shredders by Nancy Zafris | Review by Frank Diller

Art | Art



J-Hi: J-Live, the mid-'90s hip-hop legend that nobody but New Yorkers and heads down with a cable modem ever heard, made his first appearance in Baltimore on a mission. | Feedback by Ben Yaster

Radio City: Chicago Quartet OK Go Just Wants to Be the Rock Band | Music by Mikael Wood



City by the Sea | Review by Adele Marley

Laura | Review by Eric Allen Hatch


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